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The Pour Over Method, Everything you need to know

Choosing a Pour over Coffee Maker

A pour over coffee maker will change the way you feel about
home-brewed coffee forever. It gives you complete control over every
aspect of the brewing process and looks impressive enough that your
friends will admire your skills.

There are many different types out there, so choosing the best pour
over coffee maker can be a bit of a hassle for the beginning coffee
snob. But it is well worth the time and money spent.

Choosing a Pour over Coffee Maker

Whether you are an expert brewer and connoisseur or just starting to
explore the wide world of gourmet coffee, you have probably at least
heard of pour over coffee. The trend is growing rapidly but it’s not a
new technique.

Hot water is poured over coffee grounds, hence the name. The pour
over coffee method is a similar process to a drip coffee machine but it
is done completely manually, giving you more control over each phase
of the process.

A Coffee Percolator (Stainless Steel) is
a Camper’s Best Friend

Next time you’re packing up for an outdoor adventure, don’t forget the percolator. A coffee percolator is a versatile tool to include in your campground kitchen.

For camping purposes in particular, it’s best to choose a stainless steel percolator. These products are best equipped to handle the rough and unpredictable conditions of the outdoors. A stainless steel percolator won’t rust in the rain, or if it’s still wet when you pack it up with the rest of your camp kitchen. Aluminum percolators can also resist corrosion, but health risks associated with aluminum make stainless steel a safer option.